Craig White’s review published on Letterboxd:
From my TIFF 2002 reviews:
BLIND SPOT: HITLER'S SECRETARY is a 95-minute-long documentary of Traudl Junge, one of four women who worked in Adolf Hitler's office, and who was there when Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide, simply telling her story to the camera. With no archival war footage, we seen nothing excpet her face and hands.
It's a lot of subtitles to read. It gets more interesting as it comes to the end.